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Discoveries at the Doris Ulmann Galleries
February 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Discover beloved artworks from the Berea College Art Collection and visiting artists at the Doris Ulmann Galleries through a guided conversation led by Ainsley Golden, BereaCorps Art Collection and Gallery Associate, focusing on one or a few artworks from the permanent collection. For February, we’re highlighting Henry Ossawa Tanner’s Mountain Landscape, Highlands, North Carolina (c. 1889), one of the last paintings Tanner made before leaving the United States to study and work in Europe and one of only a handful of paintings he made during his travels across Appalachia.
“Discoveries” tours begin at 11:00 in the Dimitrie Berea Gallery on the second floor of the Rogers-Traylor Art Building on select Fridays during the academic year. These free, monthly events are open to all – students, campus community, and visitors! Participants are encouraged, but not required, to register in advance at https://bctrace.com/explore/.
For additional information, or to schedule a group visit on days other than Fridays, please contact Ainsley Golden at email@example.com or 859-985-3849.